Mid Carolina Rifle Club
3435 Fish Hatchery Road, Gaston SC 29053
.MCRC’s 21st ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS MATCH IS SCHEDUED FOR NOVEMBER 13 & 14. MCRC HAS BEEN THE BIGGEST CONTRIBUTOR OF TOYS TO THE LOCAL MARINE CORPS EFFORT FOR YEARS. LAST YEAR IN ADDITION TO TOYS OVER SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS WAS CONTRIBUTED. CONTACT LINDA CHICO, MCRCVP FOR DETAILS OR TO SIGN UP.
Applications for membership in MCRC can be made at the meetings, the range, through the mail, or at the next orientation. Questions about becoming a member of MCRC can be addressed by contacting the club at 803-796-1009 or the Club President at 803-360-1490.
Next meeting, Nov. 8th, 6:30 pm. at Murrays. Next orientation Nov.11th 5:30 pm at the range.
Upcomming matches: 1st Saturday; Prone 22, Palmetto Possie 1st sunday ‘ Light Rifle
VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO OBSERVE OR PARTICIPATE IN ANY MCRC COMPETITION.
A Place to Shoot
Mid Carolina Rifle Club (MCRC) is a private, non-profit, membership shooting club that was established in 1973 by several prominent business men from Columbia. Originally formed as a bench rest rifle club with only a few members and one range, it has steadily grown to 15 ranges. MCRC members enjoy a variety of shooting opportunities for rifle, pistol, and shotgun. Members have range access 365 days a year from 9 a.m. to 1/2 hour after legal sunset or 9 p.m. which ever is earlier.
When they join MCRC, nearly every new member tells us they want a safe place to shoot. As responsible gun owners, we realize safety is a MUST. Thats why we require all our members to attend a new member orientation. At MCRC with everyone knowing the same rules, you dont have to worry about who is next to you at some public ranges. Many members come to the range to teach safe gun handling skills to their children and grand children. Our range is also a place where families can come together, spanning generations, to hand down traditions of marksmanship, hunting, sportsmanship and defensive gun ownership. We are proud to be a facility that offers a household membership.
In addition, MCRC strongly supports the shooting sports. Monthly matches provide an opportunity for members and non-members to hone their skills. Monthly matches are open to the public, giving you the opportunity to experience shooting at its best. There is an open invitation from all our Match Directors, if you are interested in trying a discipline, to help you get started. Competition at MCRC is run according to the rules set out by national shooting organizations like the NRA, USPSA – IPSC, IDPA, SASS, Steel Challenge, and NCOWS. We are proud to be affiliates of those well known sport shooting organizations, and pleased to be associated with the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the National Association of Shooting Ranges (NASR), the NRA and CMP.
Since its beginning, MCRC has always been a volunteer run range. We are proud of the many firearm enthusiasts that have given their time to help make club what it is today.
Mid-Carolina Rifle Club (MCRC) is an outdoor shooting range located about 2 miles south of the towns of South Congaree and Pineridge.
Map to Range
From I-26 East
Coming from the Greenville-Spartanburg area or I-20 East to I-26 East: Take exit 115 and take a right off the exit ramp (toward Swansea). At the traffic light at the top of the hill take a right onto Fish Hatchery Road. After about 5 miles, you will come to a stop sign, and a road sign that indicates Busbee Rd to the left, and Fish Hatchery Rd to the right. Turn Right. Once you pass Forest Manor Mobile Home Park, look for a blue sign that marks the range entrance on the left.
From I-26 West
Coming from Charleston, Orangeburg or I-95 South: Take exit 115 and take a left from the exit ramp (toward Swansea). Go under the interstate and continue to the traffic light at the top of the hill. Take a right onto Fish Hatchery Road. After about 5 miles, you will come to a stop sign, and a road sign that indicates Busbee Rd to the left, and Fish Hatchery Rd to the right. Turn Right. Once you pass Forest Manor Mobile Home Park, look for a blue sign that marks the range entrance on the left.
From I-77 South Coming from Charlotte or I-20 West (Exit 76) to I-77 South As you approach the I-77 and I-26 interchange, you will see a sign for Exit 1 (Cayce). Exit here (before getting to I-26). At the end of the exit ramp, at the traffic light, proceed straight onto Fish Hatchery Road. After about 5 miles, you will come to a stop sign, and a road sign that indicates Busbee Rd to the left, and Fish Hatchery Rd to the right. Turn Right. Once you pass Forest Manor Mobile Home Park, look for a blue sign that marks the range entrance on the left.